Obama Willing To Split Up Immigration Bill

Obama has been on a first-name basis with Jeffrey Katzenberg for many years. As he has with Sonys Michael Lynton and his wife Jamie, as he is with Harvey Weinstein and any number of leading celebrities including Eva Longoria, Kerry Washington, will.i.am and others who stumped for him tirelessly. But you never saw him saying so in public. In a Tea Party world, you love your liberals in the closet, not in the limelight. On Tuesday, he finally deigned to publicly embrace the company Jeffrey built in a tough economy and in a shifting global marketplace.
Source: http://movies.yahoo.com/news/president-obama-embraces-hollywood-public-finally-222909011.html

26, 2013 in Los Angeles. As his aides reached out to senior congressional leaders for delaying the sanctions, President Barack Obama told his nation that now was the time to pursue diplomacy over conflict. Huge challenges remain. But we cannot close the door on diplomacy, and we cannot rule out peaceful solutions to the worlds problems, Mr Obama said in a speech in San Francisco. The US and five other world powers signed a deal with Iran this weekend, which seeks to cap Tehrans nuclear capabilities in return for relaxation of US-led sanctions, which had crippled the Iranian economy. Now thats the right thing to do.
Source: http://dawn.com/news/1058790/obama-seeks-to-delay-new-sanctions-against-iran

All righty, then… and people wonder why no one takes you seriously. ————————————————- Typo. But who visit the site cares, six million or six billion all wasted on Mittens. He lost. Big time.
Source: http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/11/25/nervous-dems-get-cash-boost-and-pep-talk-from-obama/

“Stop deportations! Stop deportations!” protesters chanted. The president said he is bound by the law. When someone yelled he had the “power” to stop deportations, Obama replied, “Actually, I don’t. And that’s why we’re here.” Obama told the protesters that it’s “easy” to shout about problems, but he is seeking a harder path designed “to use our democratic processes to achieve the same goal that you want to achieve. But it won’t be as easy as just shouting.” The Democratic-led Senate passed an immigration bill earlier this year; the Republican-run House has not taken action on the issue.
Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/11/25/obama-san-francisco-immigration/3699645/


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